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5 plants ideal to relax

5 plants ideal to relax

Easy-to-find natural ways to relax...

In the heart of a society where everything is always going too fast, where stress is omnipresent and where daily life follows a frantic pace, it is often complicated to keep one's calm and serenity. Are you looking for solutions to calm down, decompress and breathe after a hard day? Plants will be your best allies to relax in the best possible way and, what's more, in a natural way. Indeed, you are not without knowing that some plants are said to have relaxing and soothing capacities. But do you know exactly which plants are the most effective? We have selected for you 5 plants that are known to help relieve pressure!

 

1. Lavender

Lavender, this plant with the recognizable Provençal perfume between thousand, is apparently an excellent remedy against nervousness. It is said that it has the capacity to calm and soothe you. This plant will give you a restful sleep which will do you the greatest good after a tiring day combining stress and tiredness.

You can consume the Lavender in the form of infusion, but also use it as essential oil.

If you want to learn more about Lavender, we invite you to discover our article in the section The Herbarium!

You can also find on our site our flagship product with Lavender with the organic infusion Respiration "Thyme Lavender Rosemary"!

 

 

2. The Linden

The Linden, with its yellow flowers and bewitching perfume, has the reputation of having the ability to calm and soothe anyone who needs it. This plant will help you to find the sleep by alleviating your nervous system. It would even seem that it is an excellent remedy against agitation: ideal after a gruelling day.

You can consume the Linden in salads thanks to its leaves, or in fruit salads by adding Linden flowers to flavour your preparation. You can also find infusions or tea with Linden.

If you want to learn more about the Linden, we invite you to discover our article in the Herbarium section!

You can also find on our site various products based on this plant: our organic infusion Verbena Linden Blossom Pear Blueberry, our After Ski 5 Plants infusion, or our Special 5 plants in the range organic infusion Wellness.

 

 

3. Verbena

Verbena, an emblematic plant of the Velay region and a specialty of the Haute-Loire, is a great help to succeed in relaxing and reducing all forms of agitation. It is moreover often used to soothe tensions.

You can consume the Verbena in infusion, add some leaves in your salty or sweet dishes, or even in your fruit salads. Verbena will make your dishes delicate and original. You will also find this plant in the form of essential oils.

If you want to learn more about Verbena, we invite you to discover our article in the section The herbarium!

You can find various Verbena infusions on our site: our organic infusion Verbena Relaxation, our organic infusion Verbena Linden Pear Blueberry flavour, or our Verbena Auvergne Rhône-Alpes.

 

 

4. The Chamomile

Chamomile is punctuated by its sweet and flowery flavour. Very used in infusions, this plant tends to support the relaxation and has great alleviating capacities. Indeed, it is said that it is an ideal means to fight anxiety, to support the sleep and to relax.

You can find Chamomile in many pharmaceutical products, but you can also consume Chamomile in infusions for a moment of relaxation and relaxation.

If you want to learn more about Chamomile, we invite you to discover our article in the section The Herbarium!

You can find our Chamomile infusions on our site: our infusion 5 Plants of our range After Ski, our organic infusion Relaxation Chamomile, but also our special organic infusion 5 plants of our range Well-Being.

 

 

5. Lemon balm

Lemon balm is said to be beneficial for the nervous system with a honeyed and lemony taste, and has the ability to combat anxiety and nervousness. Its calming properties help to tone up the nervous system and relax you.

Lemon balm is often consumed as an infusion, but you can also flavour your dishes by adding an original touch based on the young shoots of Lemon balm. The lemony note of this plant will allow you to innovate and be creative in the kitchen.

If you want to learn more about Lemon balm, we invite you to discover our article in the Herbarium section!

You can also find our infusion Mint Lemon balm flavour Lemon in our After-Meal range.

 

 

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